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Jurassic Park (Jurassic Park, #1) An Astonishing Technique For Recovering And Cloning Dinosaur DNA Has Been Discovered Now Humankind S Most Thrilling Fantasies Have Come True Creatures Extinct For Eons Roam Jurassic Park With Their Awesome Presence And Profound Mystery, And All The World Can Visit Them For A Price Until Something Goes Wrong


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10 thoughts on “Jurassic Park (Jurassic Park, #1)

  1. says:

    This is one of my favorite books of all time I was way excited back then, 20 years ago, about the movie minus the controversial scene portraiting San Jos , Costa Rica with a beach in the middle of it Trust me I am from Costa Rica and I live precisely in San Jos and we don t have a dang beach around.I am sure that Spielberg wouldn t do that kind of mistake if he d need to portrait Paris, France, but a dang capital city in a third world c


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    Rereading for obvious reasons D D D D


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    Life breaks free Life expands to new territories Painfully, perhaps even dangerously But life finds a wayJurassic Park has all the major problems of a theme park, a zooand genetically altered prehistoric animals That s right the dinosaurs are back from the dead and nothing I repeat nothing could go wrongright HaAs my favorite character, Ian Malcom ...


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    Discovery, they believe, is inevitable So they just try to do it first That s the game in science Ian Malcolm, Jurassic Park All the Dinosaurs feared the T Rex Wade Wilson, Deadpool 2016 Velociraptor, he s gonna find yaHe s gonna kill ya, he s gonna eat ya Velociraptor, Kasabian Welcome. to Jurassic Park s reviewI remember back when I was a kid, my dad rented a VHSyes, the legendary VHS was real, young onescassette of an English movie I think


  5. says:

    I always seem to forget how good Jurassic Park is I blast through it once every few years, throw it on my shelf and the distance slowly makes me derisive, and then something forces me to pick it up again when my brain needs a little peanut butter and jelly dipped in hot chocolate, and I am forced to admit that Jurassic Park is a damn fine novel Sure it s packed with Michael Crichton s usual band of screenplay adaptation friendly archetypes, sur


  6. says:

    Find all of my reviews at PLEASE NOTE THIS REVIEW IS ABOUT A BOOK THAT BECAME ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR MOVIES OF ALL TIME MORE THAN 20 YEARS AGO, GROSSED OVER A BILLION DOLLARS AND CHANGED THE WAY WE LOOKED AT SPECIAL EFFECTS FOREVER IF YOU CONSIDER ANYTHING IN MY REVIEW A SPOILER, THERE S A GOOD CHANCE YOU WERE CREATED IN A LAB FROM SOME FOSSILIZED AMBER.It all begins with a billionaire who has a big imagination and a lot of spare money lying aro


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    So, straight to it Jurassic Park, the book, is inimitable, apart from a few clumsy attempts One thing that differentiated it from its wannabes is that, unlike books about sharks, snakes or let s say, zombies, dinosaurs come in very varied shapes This means that the way the casualties meet their end is just as variable Michael Crichton props up his last act with inspired flair and experienced cunning He knows that the action in this book will go onl


  8. says:

    Hey, did y all know they made a movie out of this one


  9. says:

    At the risk of offending what looks to be all my male goodreads friends who loved this none of my female friends have read it, which is remarkable but probably not random , I couldn t finish it It wasn t the multiple viewpoints or so so prose, it was the science I worked for awhile as an assistant paleontologist field, prep, and curating and I promise you, pretty much everything in the first 50 pages on this topic is wrong I wasn t loving the book anyw


  10. says:

    Science at the brink of chaos fiction Nonlinear dynamics had barely been invented, and yet here it was, gracing each chapter with a foreboding message of disintegration.Not literature, not amazing prose, but a true edge of your seat thriller.


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